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Vintek Nutrition, LLC® has Developed a Highly Effective Product for Bringing Your Dog Back to “Its Old Self.” Vitali-Treaties®

Vinny of Vintek Nutrition.  Vitali-Treaties

Vinny of Vintek Nutrition. Vitali-Treaties

Vintek Nutrition, LLC® has developed a highly effective product for bringing your dog back to “its old self”, as is often noted by our customers.

Vitali-Treaties® heals from the “inside-out.”

Derived from research on our flagship product, Dia-Treaties® for diabetic dogs, we noticed all the dog’s perked up and many people stated: “We have our old dog back.” People began using our product after exhausting all veterinarian attempts to alleviate the suffering of their dog. People used Vitali-Treaties® for a variety of maladies as a last-ditch effort to comfort or extend their dog’s life. People tried Vitali-Treaties® to see if it would help in the fight against cancer and epileptic seizures and later reported their findings and beliefs on the noticeable improvements and perceived extended time with their beloved pets. Vitali-Treaties® has been tested for over 5 years and recently received a US patent.

We do not claim anything other than that your dog will feel better. Our clients are the ones who have reported these things to us.

If the dog feels better, looks better, perks up and its skin and coat improve shortly after starting Vitali-Treaties®, then one must assume it is working.

Vitali-Treaties® are a synergistic combination of human-grade food ingredients made in the USA in a FDA-inspected facility. No Drugs.

Information and availability of Vitali-Treaties® is located on our website: www.vinteknutrition.com . Also available on www.Amazon.com

 

Vitali-Treaties by Vintek Nutrition.  For your dog's renewed Vitality.

Vitali-Treaties by Vintek Nutrition. For your dogs renewed Vitality.

This product is not intended to treat or cure any disease.  These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.

Vintek Nutrition, LLC®: On the Forefront in the Effort to Fight Dog Diabetes.

Vinny Doggie of Vintek Nutrition

Vinny of Vintek Nutrition

Vintek Nutrition, LLC® is on the forefront in the effort to fight dog diabetes.

Recent reports state that diabetes effects as many as 1 in 50-160 of the nearly 525 million dogs worldwide (Canine Corner, Stanley Coren, Ph.D.) and is growing at 32% per annum. (Banfield Hospital data – 800 hospitals) The cost of treating diabetes in people is staggering and is projected to cripple the US economy (ADA – Economic Cost of Diabetes in the U.S. in 2012) in the near future.

In an effort to save their insulin-resistant diabetic dog, Vinny (a, then 8-year-old Italian greyhound) Kameron Carlson of Vintek Nutrition® developed Dia-Treaties®. Dia-Treaties® has been tested by veterinarians and field tested for over 5 years with dramatic results. Vintek recently received a US patent on the product. Dia-Treaties® has shown in many instances, near immediate results when used in conjunction with adequate amounts of insulin to both enhance the absorption and utilization of insulin. Dia-Treaties® stabilizes the large swings in blood glucose levels while reducing the amounts of insulin needed. (Range of 15-67%) According to Dr. Lukens, “It has been a God-send to those diabetic dogs.” And, it has made his treatment of diabetic dogs much easier. Vinny lived nearly to the age of 15, well past the average life expectancy of 13.

Dia-Treaties® are a synergistic combination of human-grade food ingredients made in the USA in an FDA-inspected facility. No drugs.

For more information, educational videos, usage instructions and product availability – visit www.vinteknutrition.com . Also available on www.Amazon.com

 

Dia-Treaties for dog diabetes

Dia-Treaties for dog diabetes

This product is not intended to treat or cure any disease.  These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.

Dia-Treaties®, the New Solution for Diabetic Dogs and Initial Veterinarian Skepticism

Dia-Treaties for dog diabetes

Dia-Treaties for dog diabetes

Dia-Treaties®, Vintek Nutrition’s patented product for diabetic dogs are now being used by hundreds of dogs all over the U.S. and in several foreign countries. To date, this success is brought about by word of mouth (IT WORKS!) and the notoriety afforded by the “Saving Vinny” article in the July, 2014 issue of Guideposts magazine (click link to open).

Dia-Treaties® appear to make your dog’s cells more sensitive to the insulin you are giving thereby assisting in what is termed “regulation of blood sugar”.

In the package instructions, the statement emphasizes the importance of using Dia-Treaties® with the knowledge and under the supervision of your veterinarian. This is due to the fact that most dogs require a significant reduction in their insulin dosage when taking Dia-Treaties®. Left unreduced, insulin with the Dia-Treaties can result in low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) causing lethargy, weakness or collapse.

Veterinarians are skeptical by nature. They are constantly bombarded by ads, brochures or sales people touting some “miracle cure” for some disease or other. So when purchasers of Dia-Treaties® attempt to enlist the supervision of their veterinarian with its use, this skepticism becomes manifest. A few veterinarians have told purchasers they shouldn’t use it. This opinion comes from ignorance of Dia-Treaties® and their lack of familiarity with it. After all, the product is new to the mass market so skepticism is understandable.

If you have bought Dia-Treaties® and been told not to use them we are willing to refund your money. Here’s a better idea: keep them in the refrigerator. If your veterinarian fails to successfully regulate your dog’s blood sugar, then use them. They are safe.

Interestingly enough, for many who were told NOT to use Dia-Treaties®, their dog’s blood sugars remain in the 300 – 500 mg/dl range. (normal is 90 – 110) That’s not good; it is way too high. They are NOT regulated. What is the veterinarian doing that’s so wonderful for the dog? What is there to lose?

Even if your dog is regulated, adding Dia-Treaties® to the regimen can be beneficial – for the dog and for you! Dia-Treaties® smooth out the blood sugar which is good for the dog. Dia-Treaties® also can require a reduction in insulin which is good for you – fewer $$ spent on insulin.

Diabetes can be an extremely frustrating disease to manage. We commend your commitment to your pet in implementing therapy. In over 6 years of use, Dia-Treaties® have eased the frustrations of pet owners and helped their pets.

If you have questions regarding Dia-Treaties® or are encountering skepticism and objection from your veterinarian, please do not hesitate to call. We welcome the opportunity for dialogue. We also encourage you to visit our website: www.vinteknutrition.com .

Thank you taking the time to read this and thank you for allowing us to help your beloved pet.

Vinny Doggie - Dia-Treaties

Vinny Doggie – Dia-Treaties

Vintek Nutrition’s Story Featured in Sioux Falls Business Journal

Dia-Treaties by Vintek Nutrition – Diabetic Dog Treatment

Our article was featured in the Argus Leader’s – Sioux Falls Business Journal on 8/6/14.

Featured: Vintek Nutrition’s – Kameron Carlson & Nancy Carlson and their patented product – Dia-Treaties® for dog diabetes.

http://www.vinteknutrition.com

Click on picture for the story…

The photographer was Jay Pickthorn of the Argus Leader.

Argus Leader Jay Pickthorn - 2014-8-6 SF Bus Journal

Vintek Nutrition Featured in Guideposts Magazine – July 2014 Issue. “Saving Vinny” the Diabetic Dog

Guideposts Magazine, July 2014 - Saving Vinny.  Diabetic Dog treatment

Guideposts Magazine, July 2014 – “Saving Vinny”. Diabetic Dog treatment

Guideposts Saving Vinny Kameron Nancy Carlson    Click on Picture for Full Story

Our story (Vintek Nutrition, LLC – Kameron Carlson, Nancy Carlson, Vinny, Leo and Francesca) was featured in the international magazine, Guideposts in their July 2014 edition. It is a four page story beginning on page 44.  We are also featured in Guideposts – The Family Room section on page 65. The magazine has an estimated 5 million viewers and 1.7 million registered subscribers. www.guideposts.org

The story is about the pursuit of a solution for a beloved diabetic dog (Vinny) and an answer resulting in a breakthrough treatment for diabetic dogs.  The company recently obtained a patent for their discovery and in-turn has a similar patent pending for people.

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Diabetes is increasing at epidemic proportions in people and even more dramatically in dogs. Since 2006, dog diabetes has increased 32% (American Humane Society, 2012) and 23% in people (CDC 2012). Both diabetic dogs and people often have similar difficulties in regulating their blood sugar levels. It is estimated that 1 in 160 dogs have this disease. There are over 73 M dogs in the USA alone and an estimated 400 M worldwide according to ask.com.

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http://www.vinteknutrition.com

(855) 332-8468

 

Patent Obtained for Method for Controlling Glucose Levels in Diabetic Dogs – Vintek Nutrition, LLC

VINTEK-NUTRITION-LLC-15NEWS RELEASE: 

U.S. PATENT on a Method for Controlling Glucose Levels in Diabetic Dogs.  Patent Pending Diabetic People.

A South Dakota company (Vintek Nutrition, LLC® – owners, Kameron Carlson and Nancy Carlson) obtained a U.S. patent on a method for controlling glucose levels in diabetic dogs. The company and its owners also have another patent pending for a similar treatment for diabetic people.  The diabetic treatment for dogs is called Dia-Treaties® and has been tested for over 5 years. The patent applies to their other two products for dogs as well. The other products are: Sterling Coat® for dog’s skin and coat issues and Vitali-Treaties® for your dog’s increased vitality.

The human treatment is called Nutralin® and is being further developed.

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Diabetes is increasing at epidemic proportions in people and even more dramatically in dogs. Since 2006, dog diabetes has increased 32% (American Humane Society, 2012) and 23% in people (CDC 2012). Both diabetic dogs and people often have similar difficulties in regulating their blood sugar levels. It is estimated that 1 in 160 dogs have this disease. There are over 73 M dogs in the USA alone and an estimated 400 M worldwide according to ask.com.

Diabetic Complications in Dogs

Dr Lukens and Vinny of Vintek Nutrition - Treatment for Diabetic Dogs

Dr Lukens and Vinny of Vintek Nutrition – Treatment for Diabetic Dogs

Diabetic Complications in Dogs

We need to talk some about the potential complications of diabetes.  Sometimes things can go wrong – often not fatally, but you need to be prepared, vigilant, and aware of the signs of danger.

HYPOGLYCEMIA: (low blood sugar):  occasionally, insulin works a little too well causing your dog’s blood sugar to drop to dangerously low levels.  What to look for:

  • Lethargy, weakness
  • Acting drunk: staggering, not responsive
  • Glassy eyes
  • Restlessness
  • Convulsions or seizures
  • Coma

Should you see any of these – the list ranges from mild to severe signs – you can often correct the problem by giving a sugar solution of corn syrup or honey.  Get a 12 cc syringe from your veterinarian, dilute the syrup or honey with a little water to make it more “syringable”.  Slowly dribble the solution into the dog’s mouth making sure he or she can still swallow.  Don’t worry, you can’t overdo it.  Rule of thumb:  if a dog is on insulin and begins to show any of the early signs above, you can never go wrong by giving sugar!   If the dog has progressed to the point of inability to swallow or is unresponsive, sugar solution can be administered by enema.   Veterinary consultation is also recommended.

Please notify your veterinarian if you experience an “incident”.  Your dog’s insulin dose may need to be adjusted.  Most, if not all, of the dogs who are on Dia-Treaties® required a reduction in their insulin dose; sometimes dramatic reduction.

CATARACTS:   Due to high blood sugar before diagnosis and treatment and the often wild blood sugar   swings in dogs being treated, the fibers and cells that make up the lens in the eye are damaged.  This results in the development of milky-white opacities developing in the lens of the eye.  Most dogs will develop cataracts leading to blindness in the course of their disease.  Now a dog is not like a human to sit around and feel sorry for himself, wishing he could see again.  They are remarkably adaptable and accept whatever fate befalls them.  Blindness is not painful, totally debilitating or a reason for euthanasia.  They simply cope.

Veterinary ophthalmologists specialize in cataract removal which will restore normal vision. Your veterinarian can refer you to such a specialist should you desire.

Since this is Dia-Treaties’ website, we have noted that, since Dia-Treaties smoothes out blood sugar levels, the onset of cataracts is often delayed.

Dr. Sam Lukens

 

Successful Treatment of Your Diabetic Dog

Dr Lukens and Vinny of Vintek Nutrition - Treatment for Diabetic Dogs

Dr Lukens and Vinny of Vintek Nutrition – Treatment for Diabetic Dogs


Your pet has been diagnosed by your veterinarian with diabetes mellitus (sugar diabetes)! Now what?


The following is some basic information you should know to successfully treat your dog’s diabetes. Diabetes can be a difficult and unpredictable disease to manage. By employing the techniques below the treatment can be made less frustrating.

Most dogs are Type 1 diabetics. This means that special cells in a gland called the pancreas are no longer producing insulin. Insulin is necessary to facilitate the use of the fuel, glucose, by the body’s cells. It is necessary for survival and must be given by injection. Insulin needs to be refrigerated; always be aware of the expiration date on the vial.

TYPES OF INSULIN:

Humulin-N®: this is a human insulin available without prescription at local pharmacies. Humulin® is a U-100 product meaning there are 100 units of insulin per milliliter (ml) or cubic centimeter (cc). So there are 1000 units in a 10 cc vial. Prices vary considerably so shop around. There are few, if any, mom’n’pop pharmacies anymore, but we checked some of the big guys and the prices ranged from $47.99 to $124.89 per vial. Syringes used must be calibrated for U-100 insulin. The syringes should have a 29 or 31 gauge, ½” ultra-fine needle – ½” to be certain of injecting under the dog’s skin. Humulin-N® should be administered every 12 hours.

Vetsulin®: This is insulin made for dogs and available only from your veterinarian. Vetsulin® is a U-40 product (40 units per cc) meaning there are 400 units in a 10 cc vial. If your veterinarian opts for this insulin make sure he or she provides syringes calibrated for U-40. Like Humulin®, Vetsulin® should be given every 12 hours.

THE PROCESS:
Regulation: This refers to the process performed by your vet involving the checking of blood sugar levels at certain times during the day to determine the correct dose for your dog. The goal is to reduce blood sugar readings to more normal levels. While there is a “textbook” starting dose (more on this later), the final dose can vary from dog to dog. This is a necessary step made to avoid some of the possible complications of the disease.

DIA-TREATIES®: A nutritional supplement (nutraceutical) developed by Vintek Nutrition® (www.vinteknutrition.com ) in 2009. Experience by Dr. Sam Lukens and a number of other veterinarians determined that Dia-Treaties® made the regulation process much smoother, reduced the amount of insulin necessary per dose and reduced the incidence of diabetic complications: wild blood sugar swings, cataracts, weight loss, skin disease and poor coat quality, frequent urinations and excessive thirst.

TREATING DIABETES: Most folks are horrified at the thought of having to inject something into their beloved pet. (their personal experiences with injections being less than positive) After removing the insulin from the fridge, gently roll the vial between your hands to suspend the insulin in the carrier. Do NOT shake the vial. If the dose is 10 units, say, draw back the plunger to the 10-unit line taking in air. Insert the needle into the rubber stopper and inject all the air. This is done to prevent a vacuum in the vial by replacing the 10 units being drawn up with an equal volume of air. Withdraw the plunger to the 10 unit line taking up the insulin. The injection is best given at the scruff or base of the neck slightly to one side or other of the midline. Pick up the skin with one hand to make a sort of “tent” into which the drug in injected. Do not “baby” the needle into the skin, a quick thrust is better and less noticeable. (don’t poke yourself!) Be sure to insert the needle all the way to penetrate the skin completely. The hub of the needle will stop the forward movement. The drug won’t work if all or part of the dose is injected INTO the skin. If you have another person in the household it is helpful to have him or her distract the dog by talking or, better yet, holding a Dia-Treaties® in its face heightening its anticipation of the goodie. Within a few days the dog will not even notice you injecting and look forward to the Dia-Treaties® as a reward for taking the shot.

INSULIN DOSE: The usual starting dose is about ¼ unit per pound of body weight. Thus, a 20 lb. dog would start at 5 units; 40 lb. at 10 units, and so on. Your vet should help you with the arithmetic. Understand that this is a starting dose and your vet will need to run tests as in “Regulation” above to determine the proper dose.

FEEDING: It is best to have your dog on scheduled feedings, giving half the daily ration shortly after each shot. Of course, you should be giving the proper Dia-Treaties® dose at this time as well to smooth the usage of the insulin you gave. Avoid the giving of “dog treats” during the day as this can adversely affect blood sugar levels. Blood sugar is made primarily from the carbohydrates in food, so if you can find a diet that is lower in carbs this will be beneficial. The addition of fiber to the diet – fiber is a complex carb – is also a good thing. We often recommend Kellogg’s Bran Buds® cereal, a Tb or two, added to the food. Some dogs will also eat canned pumpkin which is an excellent fiber source. Fiber seems to slow the sudden rise in blood sugar.

This entire process seems a bit overwhelming at first, but with professional veterinary counseling and some practice it’ll be fine. We feel strongly that ALL diabetic dogs will benefit from the addition of Dia-Treaties® to the treatment regimen. Please visit our web site: www.vinteknutrition.com . It contains more educational material about sugar diabetes as well as how to contact Dr. Lukens or Vintek Nutrition®. We look forward to hearing from you if you need our assistance.

Thank you
Samuel Lukens, DVM

Twitter: #VintekN

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Dogs are Laughing in the Face of Diabetes

Vintek Boys Laughing - 1Dogs are Laughing in the Face of Diabetes- New Formula by Vintek Nutrition Shows Significant Breakthrough in Treating Diabetic Dogs

A five-year study of diabetic dogs treated with a breakthrough formula yielded successful results. Vintek Nutrition’s patent pending formula, Dia-Treaties® increased insulin utilization and stabilized blood sugar levels, which subsequently alleviated common symptoms found in diabetic dogs.

Sioux Falls, SD (PRWEB) February 05, 2014

Diabetes is increasing at epidemic proportions in people and even more dramatically in dogs. Since 2006, dog diabetes has increased 32% (American Humane Society, 2012) and 23% in people (CDC 2012). Both diabetic dogs and people often have similar difficulties in regulating their blood sugar levels. It is estimated that 1 in 160 dogs have this disease.

There is some good news! Progress has been made in the treatment of dogs with diabetes that may soon help treat people as well. Over the past 5 years a study treating diabetic dogs with a new formula yielded extremely positive data.

Vintek Nutrition’s patent pending formula, called Dia-Treaties®, is in the form of a tasty “chewable” that is given following each insulin injection. While the use of insulin is still required, clinical observations showed Dia-Treaties® decreased the amount of insulin needed ranging from 15% to 67%. Vintek Nutrition believes Dia-Treaties® will be an important addition to the diabetic treatment protocol.

Dr. Sam Lukens, a veterinarian with nearly 40 years of experience assisted in the development and testing of this product. Dia-Treaties® has been shown to enhance insulin utilization and to stabilize blood sugar levels. The dogs using the formula experienced a significant decrease in the signs associated with diabetes.

“In the course of my practice life, diabetes has often been a source of frustration. Not so much anymore. Why? Because Dia-Treaties® works! It works to stabilize blood sugar levels by making your dog’s body cells more sensitive to the insulin being given,” says Dr. Lukens.

Vintek Nutrition recently received a grant from the State of South Dakota to research and develop their formula for use in people having difficulty stabilizing their blood sugar levels. A Phase I clinical trial to ensure safety has been completed. A Phase II clinical trial has been approved focusing specifically on Type II diabetics.

The product if currently produced in a USDA-inspected facility in the South Dakota, USA.

Visit their website at: http://www.vinteknutrition.com for more information, explanations and testimonials.

Vintek Nutrition, LLC was founded in 2009 in pursuit of a solution for an insulin-resistant diabetic dog. The company works with veterinarians and researchers to develop specialized products. Their flagship product, Dia-Treaties, is designed to enhance insulin utilization in diabetic dogs.

Vintek Nutrition, LLC – Kameron Carlson – 1-855-332-8468 (toll free) – Kameron@vinteknutrition.com

Original Story Link:  http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11555071.htm

Diabetic Dog Treatment Study by Vintek Nutrition, Updated 2-2014

Vintek Nutrition Study – Type I Diabetic Dogs – Original 2009 and Update 2014 (2/5/14)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

A multiple-veterinarian study on Canines with Type I Diabetes showed conclusive results.  When Dia-Treaties® was supplemented with insulin, all dogs in the study experienced significant decreases in their blood glucose (b/g) levels (see graphs) decreased to the normal range.  It was also observed that the dogs required less insulin and had improved glycemic control due to increased insulin sensitivity.*

Many of the Canines in the study were insulin resistant.  Because the Dia-Treaties® formula lowered blood glucose levels, this led to a number of other observed benefits such as: healthy skin and coat, decrease in urinary tract Infections and improved overall health and vitality.*

UPDATE:

The initial study on Type I Diabetic Dogs started in 2009.  Dia-Treaties® was introduced along with insulin.  The original study included 8 dogs of various breeds with multiple veterinarians observing and reporting empirical data.  Currently, in 2014 the number of dogs reported is 27 (2 with Cushing’s disease and diabetes) and 19 veterinarians are involved. (See Subjects below).

CRITERIA:  Initially, the studglucose graphy contained 8 insulin resistant diabetic dogs with at or near maximum insulin requirements being utilized.  Insulin amounts were kept steady to objectively evaluate the results of the addition of Dia-Treaties® as the only variable.  Dogs were on either Humulin N® or Vetsulin® insulin.  Glucose curve readings were taken midday of the 12 hour cycle.  At midday, if controlled, the subject should be in the 80 to 120 mg/dl range for normal blood glucose readings.

OTHER GRAPHS ATTACHED EXPLAINED

Graph# 1  The line graph and illustrates the (b/g) reading prior to the introduction of Dia-Treaties®, the week they started Dia-Treaties®- (0) and the following weeks thereafter for a total of 6 readings.  Graphs #2   Dogs (C2 and C3) ran out of the formula 4 days prior to testing and their (b/g) levels spiked.  Observing those results, Dia-Treaties® were removed from 4 other dogs previously regulated (C4,5,6,7) to determine if their b/g levels would spike as well.  The subjects were quickly returned to the Dia-Treaties® regimen again and resumed to controlled blood sugar levels.

SUMMARY:

Our findings indicate the effectiveness of Dia-Treaties® when introduced into the regimen along with insulin injections.  Empirical and subjective data collected indicate that the unregulated dogs were not regulated until Dia-Treaties® were introduced.  Once regulated, insulin dosage had to be decreased in the range of 15% to 67%.  Based on the observed need to lower insulin levels, we recommend veterinary supervision in addition to a self-monitoring b/g kit while initially testing, due to possible hypoglycemia (low b/g readings). (see below).   The subjective results such as: more vitality, skin and coat improvement, etc., indicate all dogs, seemingly regulated or unregulated would benefit from the inclusion of Dia-Treaties® in their diabetic treatment.  It was noted that those dogs discontinuing the use of Dia-Treaties® needed to resume their use to maintain glycemic control.   For additional observations please see customer testimonials at: http://www.vinteknutrition.com/pages/Testimonials.html

Subjects & Veterinarians:  Types of Canines in the study: n=27:  Italian Greyhound (2), Miniature Pinscher (2), Cairn Terrier (1), Golden Retriever (1), Schnauzer (2), Welsh Corgi (2), Labrador Retrievers (3), Mixed Breeds (2), Spitz (1), Poodle/Pomeranian (1), Yorkshire Terrier (2), Lab/Bassett Hound (1), Sheepdog (1), American Eskimo (1), Dachshund (1), Chesapeake Bay Retriever (1), Brittany Spaniel (1). 

Veterinarians: N=19: Dr. Sam Lukens, Luken’s Animal Clinic – Head Researcher, Sioux Falls, SD.  Total of 19 veterinarians/owners reporting from various states: (SD 9, ND 1, CA 2, WA 1, OH 1, OK 1, KY 1, AZ 1, and MN 2).

DiaTreaties® Users: Please use under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian. A blood glucose monitoring kit is recommended. DiaTreaties® is known to enhance insulin’s uptake and your pet may experience a low blood sugar reading requiring you to lower insulin amounts. The signs of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) can be as follows: lethargy, loss of balance, trouble walking and confusion to mention a few. One should consult your veterinarian immediately. If you have a diabetic dog, you should have a glucose increasing food (syrup, sugar, etc.) available should you experience a low blood sugar event. Low blood sugar is very dangerous and potentially fatal. Once the optimal insulin dosage along with the proper number of Dia-Treaties® (see box for dosage) has been established, clients experienced the need to decrease insulin dosage in the range of 15% to 67%. In the first 3 Days to 4 Weeks, it is especially important to monitor the blood glucose carefully with your veterinarian and/or a blood glucose meter. DiaTreaties® is not a cure for diabetes, however, once the correct amount of insulin and DiaTreaties® is established, it will help your dog  enjoy a happy, stable, normal life for many years to come.*

Graphs 1 & 2 Below

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.